Planning permission was granted in March and the sister company to Bettaland Products is now looking for interested parties.
Full planning permission has been sought for the erection of 3.2ha of glasshouses in conjunction with an Anaerobic Digestion Plant, biomass boiler and 8ha of solar arrays to build the sustainable infrastructure.
The glasshouses will be 6m to the eaves and have a span of 8m. Energy for heating will be sourced on the energy farm complex from renewable sources such as anaerobic digestion and biomass boilers. There will be a total plant saving an equivalent of 28,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions every year.
The project will create further jobs in the area, bringing the total number employed at ORL's Energy & Recycling Park to around 30, and will divert up to 150,000 tonnes of material each year from going to landfill.
For further details, see the South Holland planning website at www.sholland.gov.uk/doitonline/plandev/plansearch.aspx or contact email@example.com.